This project will synthesize existing literature on modeling-based instruction (MBI) in K-12 science education over the last three decades. It will rigorously code and examine the literature to conceptualize the landscape of the theoretical frameworks of MBI approaches, identify the effective design features of modeling-based learning environments with an emphasis on technology-enhanced ones, and identify the most effective MBI practices that are associated with successful student learning through a meta-analysis.
About Me (Bio):
I am doctor student in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation program in Syracuse University. My research interests include the technology integration in engineering education or teacher education, instructional design for technology-based teaching and learning, and knowledge building in technology-supported learning environment, etc.